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A morphogenetic basis for plant morphology



A morphogenetic basis for plant morphology



Axioms and principles of plant construction [Sattler, R Editor]: 118-131



The following aspects are discussed: the problem of the nature of homology; early developmental processes as a basis for homologous relations; and reasons for evolutionary conservatism of early development.

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